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About 100 cars entered in Twin Leaf fall auto show

 

Gary Henry of Massena with his 1934 Dodge. 

By Andy Gardner

Steve Shorette of Brasher Falls behind the wheel of his 1938 Ford.

Twin Leaf held the capstone event of their 2019 car show season on Saturday, Sept. 21.

About 100 classic, antique and custom cars, trucks and motorcycles were shown off in the Twin Leaf parking lot that afternoon.

The cars ranged from 1930s rumblers converted into hot rods, to classic American muscle cars from the 1960s and 1970s, to sports cars and high-powered vehicles from the last decade, and just about everything in between.

Parking became congested because of the number of show cars and attendees.

Car enthusiasts came from the region, with several from Akwesasne, many from the surrounding communities and some who made the trip south from Canada.

There was also a live band, food, a silent auction, kids' games and vendors.

 

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